Last year I addressed the History Channels “America Unearthed” show host Scott Wolter in the effort for him to correct his incorrect research he presented on the “M” sign! Mr. Wolter refused to even debate or even return correspondence with me and with the founder of Electric Scotland. Mr. Wolter made claim that many religious paintings showed that Saints and important Christian figures in religious art made hand signs of the letter symbol “M” that represented Mary Magdalene. Below is Mr. Wolter’s Knights Templar painting he presented that is actually a Knights of Malta Painting. Note the Knights of Malta Cross for the order of St. John on the bottom of the painting.
Click on the link below and See Mr Scott Wolter “M” symbolism! Then look at my evidence!
Below you will see the triple groove Glasgow style John Allan basket hilt sword. You will see that the outside square border edge looks neatly cut with a file that shows several symbols of the same border design. The symbol is the letter “E” as seen below on the very rare print of the Bonnie Prince Charlie, engraved by Sir Robert Strange.
In 1923 a Mr. Francis, the past President of the British Numismatic Society published “Jacobite Drinking Glasses and Their Relation to Jacobite Medals”. Thankfully Mr. Francis preserved the wonderful print image of the Prince in the engraving seen above. The image clearly show most remarkable, meant to be seen symbol “E” on the vest of the Prince. Right next to the “8” star on his vest. The star is not the Garter order star, but the Order of the Thistle. Several other Prince Bonnie paintings, engravings and Jacobite glasses show the “E” that relates to the Greek symbolism for God. The symbolism goes hand in hand with the Order of the Thistle. The symbolism would represent the Bonnies Sovereign rights to be King by God, he and his Knightly Order of the Thistle. The Thistle symbolism associates the Sovereign association with the “Twelve Apostles” and Jesus. Not 13 for the letter “M” for Mary. Imagine this simple fact! If Scott Wolter’s theory was not corrected, over the next say 100 year! The symbolism he presented would have replaced the factual Sovereign symbol “E” in association to God’s symbolic roll with Sovereign Right’s Symbolism. Scott Wolter should try going to Church!
[PDF]Jacobite drinking glasses and their relation to the Jacobite …
interesting Jacobite drinking and toasting glasses, and particularly by the find of an …. and its relation to the similar emblem on medals -and other Jacobite relics.
Why is this EVIDENCE of the Symbolism “E” so important to correct and why should Numismatic Historians be so thankful for Mr. Francis work on Jacobite glasses and medals? Numismatic historian’s will see that this is a major historical advancement on seeing this symbol on many coins and medals as an authenticity symbol in identifying authentic medals. Especially in the identification of the controversial American George Washington Indian Peace Medals. My new critics in the Numismatic field with those medals will have no leg to stand on debunking my latest paper in the Colonial Newsletter!
The Five Pointed Star as a Secret Jacobite Symbol:
Last year I worked on the Jacobite Spy button identification and had my named removed from many documents I spent several hundred hours researching all the early American buttons, influenced by Robert Scot the engraver. The owner of GeorgeWashingtonButtons.com still try’s to pass himself off as a Scottish Scholar and plagiarized “ALL” of his Jacobite research that is my documented research! Here I have been fortunate enough to add full provenance to the Jacobite Spy Button that I identified. Just by a single photograph of a documented, authentic example of a triple groove Glasgow style John Allan basket hilt sword that incorporates several five pointed stars in the saltire.
This symbolism on the swords basket is the identical symbolism design or pattern design of the Jacobite Spy Button I researched. Pictured below is the button and in the direct center dot of the star, from 11’oclock to 5’oclock is the “E” symbol for Emmanuel. The sovereign art symbolism of “E” can be seen on relics dating as far back to the Saxons and Norman nobility during the 11th century.